What we look up to and praise may tell us about what our goals are in life. To Hashem it defines us.
A whole new look on Adam's mistake when he ate from the forbidden fruit
We tend to go through life thinking this world came first, so Hashem made the Torah to fit this world. But really it is the other way around. Hashem made Torah, and then He built the world to fit it.
How does one hold on to what he gained over succos? Isru Chag "The Day After", is there to teach us what to do.
The song of the Torah is there to let us know that ultimately everything will be ok in the end. As they say, "All's well that ends well".
The transition period between the intense days of the Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur to the joyful days Succos are equivalent to the days right after a marriage.
"Regret" and "Looking To the Future" are two essential parts of teshuva. We must know when to employ these two basic concepts.
The relationship between Hashem and the Jew must constantly be rejuvinated and "updated" to keep the bond strong.
When there is a true strong desire to strive, we express that desire even in ways that defy logic.
When Hashem is close, we must behave differently.
The role of the Tzaddik(holy man) within the jewish people is more than to just guide us when we have a question. He is the equivalent of the Bais Hamikdash.